2021:More Life, Peace and Goodness-August Edition

This month went from being a good one to a rough one. I had my six month follow up appointment with my nurse. My nurse took her time with me an answered all of my questions about my medicines and about some other concerns I had. What I really appreciated about this appointment was oneContinue reading “2021:More Life, Peace and Goodness-August Edition”

2021: More Life, Peace and Goodness-July Edition

Oh boy, July was another month that was full of surprises. For the first three weeks of the month, I was battling some severe nausea off and on due to some of the medicines I am on. Luckily, I was able to deal with it with peppermints, some over the counter medications, and a wholeContinue reading “2021: More Life, Peace and Goodness-July Edition”

Pains, Plans and Prayers

“Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me and lead me in the way everlasting.”-Psalms 139:23-24 If you read my 2021: More Life, Peace and Goodness-June Edition you know that last month was a little rough. Sadly, it feels thatContinue reading “Pains, Plans and Prayers”

2021: More Life, Peace and Goodness-June Edition

June was not an easy month for me. Life through me a curve ball. The first three weeks I was sick with a stomachache. I was having a lot of anxiety attacks that were making my stomachaches worse. I had a big argument with a ex friend online, and I kept repeating the argument inContinue reading “2021: More Life, Peace and Goodness-June Edition”

Starting over with a new therapist

About a month ago I got a call from the low-income clinic. “Hello, Amanda. I would like to inform you that your therapist will have to cancel your upcoming appointments until further notice. As we move forward with your care, I may just have to reschedule you with your current therapist or reassign you toContinue reading “Starting over with a new therapist”

A classroom full of words

“Careful words make for a careful life; careless talk may ruin everything.”- Proverbs 13:3 God has once again put me in a classroom. The lesson is about words, forgiveness and setting boundaries. Let me set the scene. Late Saturday night I posted a post about people fighting cancer. I went to bed not thinking anythingContinue reading “A classroom full of words”

2021: More Life, Peace and Goodness-May Edition

Another month is in the books and another chapter is written. Life has certainly had its good points this month. This month we went to cracker barrel for breakfast. I had pancakes, eggs, sausage, and coffee. It was good to enjoy the company of our neighbors. My Grandpa celebrated his 85th birthday this month. ItContinue reading “2021: More Life, Peace and Goodness-May Edition”

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Welcome to Emily’s world! My name is Emily. I am 26 years old. I am completely blind. this is my personal blog where I write and focus on me. some things you can expect from me are blind/ sighted topics, to story tellings,to #gratefulness blog posts and #inspiration blog posts, to sharing article links on ways to work on you, day to day things and what gets me through and so much more regarding what comes to my mind! Please follow my blog to stay up to date with my latest blog posts ☺️

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Welcome to Emily’s world! My name is Emily. I am 26 years old. I am completely blind. this is my personal blog where I write on my life and what not some things you can expect from me are blind/ sighted topics#gratefulness blog posts and inspiration blog posts and so much more regarding what comes to my mind! Please follow my blog to stay up to date with my latest blog posts ☺️

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